The new pedestrian and bike bridge is located along the Vistula river, above canals leading to the “Żerań” water gate, the Żerań Canal and a dock called Zimowisko. The crossing was adapted from a pipeline scaffolding, which was built in 1993. The structure originally served the purposes of the Żerań CHP Plant. The total length of the crossing is 230 m, or more than 300 m when taking into account its access ramps. If one could rotate it 180 degrees, it would connect the two banks of the Vistula.
In addition to its adaptation for the purposes of pedestrian and bicycle traffic, viewing platforms were built on both ends of the crossing, from which one can observe the panorama of the left bank part of Warsaw. The crossing is illuminated with white line lighting along the way. The lights dim automatically in the night and light up when a user approaches. Also a feature lighting system was installed, which makes it possible to illuminate the crossing in any colour.